Laico Maya Maya Hotel

Av Nelson Mandela, BP 588, Brazzaville, Congo | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Brazzaville

Last day in Kinshasa

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker


... of program from another continent. There don’t seem to be any easy answers. What we can do in any event is try to stay focused, balanced and pragmatic.

After I told them I’d look at their project, as they were walking to the front gate, they told me they didn’t have bus fare home, and could I give them each 1000 Francs ($1), which I did.

I will try to get to sleep early tonight; tomorrow will have an early start, and be a busy travel ...

Le Fleuve

A travel blog entry by danielharper


... French words, expressions, or even full sentences being spoken. They come out in a rich Congolese accent, of course, but they can be understood by someone who is versed in French. Making sense of these expressions is like a game to me, and I enjoy it when I can piece some things together to get a sense of the overrall conversation. Today, Justin was obviously getting onto the taxi driver for leaving us hanging. This is standard business protocol in DRC. Our driver finally showed ...

Around Kinshasa

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker


... It is wide, fairly shallow, and fast running at Kinshasa. We stopped at a restaurant-resort type of place on the banks, where we could have a look. Along the banks workers were breaking rocks using only hand tools to make building stone and gravel for construction. It is very hard work.

We drove further along the bank and picked up a man attending services, named Simon. He guided us to a sort of private nature reserve in the locality of Mbudi. We had to pay ...

A festival day in Kinsahsa

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker


... Unleavened Bread that most Christians believe only apply to Jews. As we spoke, the sky grew very dark and one of the seasons’ rains poured down. The few anemic electric lights in the room allowed us to read our notes and the Bible only with some difficulty. When the power went off, as it did periodically, it became even more difficult to read. We had to tilt our Bibles toward the door to catch as much light as possible and move them ...

A Longest Day

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker


... mzungu.

We departed on-time at 08:30 bound, in a very full aircraft, for the other side of the continent. As we settled in to our seats, another large Congolese person used my seat back as leverage to settle into his seat then let it snap back, shooting me forward when he was done. This is one of my pet peeves when flying in Africa, rather than use their own armrests for support, some folks appropriate my seatback and use it as they see fit, often ...


This 3 star hotel, located on Av Nelson Mandela, BP 588, Brazzaville, is near Zongo Falls, Lake Kivu, and Mount Nyiragongo.
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